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If you spent childhood summers on a northern lake, grew up lunching at diners and shake shacks, or took a college road trip, you’ll be all over the next big home décor trend: American Retro.
It can be tricky finding a good restaurant that fulfills all your brunching desires. A good shade-to-sun ratio on the patio, a sweet-and-savory menu and, of course, daytime boozing are all necessary requirements. The next time it’s your turn to pick the place for brunch, try one of these East Valley favorites that fit the bill.
For once Dani Jones didn’t take advantage of an opportunity to impress.
It’s a conundrum many parents face: what to do with the steady flow of drawings, paintings, collages and more that children bring home from school and camp? Which are the keepers and — besides sticking them up on the refrigerator with magnets — how can you display them creatively?
One of Desert Vista's own is coming back home to be a Sun Devil.
There is no questioning of Desert Vista’s status in the cross country circles of Arizona.
What a little social butterfly Poppy is. She LOVES everyone. She is happy to greet every person or canine on her walks. Quickly flipping over for a belly rub — one of her favorite things. Actually, there’s not much that isn’t Poppy’s favorite thing. Poppy is a young gal with a lot of energy to burn. She will need a home with lots of daily activity to keep her mind and body busy. Walks, jogs, dog parks, hanging out at the local cafes all interest her. Signing up for a training class will be ideal for this youngster to learn a few more manners and to walk better on a leash.
Also known as Patches, Cali is sweet and petite. She was rescued from the pound when her owner passed away without provisions. Now she’s ready for a new home and a new life. Cali is fixed, tested, microchipped and has all her shots.
Cali was rescued from the pound when her owner passed away without provisions.
The lone individual to claim any victories at the Arcadia Invitational in the two-day meet was Desert Vista's Edmund Baker, who jumped 6-feet-7 to win the open boys high jump competition on Saturday. By virtue of his victory, Baker earned a spot in the invitational high jump later on Saturday. He placed sixth in the invitational with a jump of 6-5.